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Sheep Funny Cross Stitch - Quote Cross Stitch - Count Me Baby - Funny DIY Gift - Funny Bedroom Decor - Mature Cross Stitch - PDF Pattern

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The Count Me Baby sheep funny cross stitch pattern is a PDF pattern, so you can get started on your newest cross stitch project straight away!

****NEW RELEASE!! INTRODUCING THE SPIRITED ANIMALS COLLECTION ****

Are you a light sleeper, or have too much dancing around your head? Maybe this fun sheep cross stitch pattern will help! It's a common belief that counting sheep will help soothe your mind and help you drift away, but it's possible you'll be giggling yourself to sleep with the cheeky meme "Count me baby, all night long." This pretty pattern is perfect for adding to your funny bedroom decor, and also makes the perfect funny DIY gift. Whether you make this pattern for yourself or for a friend, it is sure to be a great discussion piece!

Model stitched on 14 count Zweigart Aida fabric using DMC embroidery floss and Kreinik metallic thread

Please note: This is a digital PDF pattern only. It is not a kit or a finished product.

PATTERN DETAILS:
-- 100 stitches wide by 120 stitches high
-- 7" wide by 8 ½" high on 14 count
-- Full stitches and backstitch
-- 6 colours
-- Full colour chart includes DMC colour key, colour preview and thread sorter
-- Includes full black and white pattern
-- Includes one-page pattern for digital devices
-- Optional free "How To Stitch" guide available (just add a note to seller at checkout requesting it)
-- Tutorial for using Kreinik metallic floss available here - https://peacockandfig.com/2017/02/kreinik-metallic-threads-cross-stitch-embroidery/
-- Dozens of tutorial videos available at Peacock & Fig's YouTube channel

Note: Any up-to-date PDF reader (for example Preview on a Mac, GoodReader on iOS, or Adobe Reader on a Mac or PC) will be able to read the patterns, or they can be printed for ease of use.

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CUSTOMIZE YOUR PATTERN
Want to customize this pattern with your own text? Now you can with the Spirited Animals cross stitch alphabets! Alphabet 3 is the font used in Count Me Baby. This alphabet is available individually or as a set, check out the cross stitch alphabets here - https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/PeacockandFig?section_id=20991690

There is a free tutorial showing how to customize your patterns on the blog -- https://peacockandfig.com/2017/04/cross-stitch-alphabets/

Like funny patterns? Check out these others too!
https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/PeacockandFig?section_id=20183222

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All cross stitch patterns are copyright Dana Batho and are for personal use only. Reselling or redistributing patterns in any way is prohibited unless prior written consent has been granted by the designer. You are permitted to make a working copy of the pattern to stitch from. Commercial use of the pattern is prohibited. Please see the terms of use for more information, or contact the designer.

Still have questions? Please check out the FAQ's below!

To see more patterns in this collection, please click below!
https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/PeacockandFig?section_id=20183222

And to learn how the patterns are designed and made, check out the video in the About section at the bottom of the main shop page!

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Product code: CS-SA06


FAQs

All Peacock & Fig patterns are full-colour and come with a thread sorter, colour preview image and a colour/floss usage key. A sample of what a pattern contains is one of the listing photos. Also, some patterns come with a separate materials & assembly booklet, and some also come with a one-page pattern to be used on digital devices.

A thread sorter is one method to help keep your embroidery floss organized while stitching. On the last page of each Peacock & Fig pattern you will find the thread sorter that has been made for each pattern. It lists the manufacturer of the floss (DMC), the colour number and symbol, and next to it is a small circle. To see more information about how to use it, please go to the Peacock & Fig FAQs page for photographs and a video link. https://peacockandfig.com/faqs

Of course! There is even a free “How to Cross Stitch” instructional PDF that is available with purchase - just add a note to seller asking for it when you're checking out and it will be sent within 24 hours. All Peacock & Fig patterns have been designed with a range of stitchers in mind. All of the charts are totally doable by any stitcher, but of course the bigger patterns will require more time. If you’re wanting to learn some techniques while you’re trying out your pattern (beginner or advanced), check out the YouTube channel at http://bitly.com/PeacockYouTube

Great question, and you have two options to use them — one is to print the pages of the PDF at the size and style you like (full colour or black and white), and the other is to read the pattern directly from your computer or device like a tablet or e-reader. There are many PDF reader programs available (for example Preview on a Mac, GoodReader on iOS, or Adobe Reader on a Mac or PC). ***Please note: Etsy no longer allows PDFs to be downloaded to tablets or phones, so you must download your pattern to a computer then transfer it if you wish. More details on where to find your patterns are at https://www.etsy.com/ca/help/article/3949

Back stitch is a (usually) black outline that often goes around the outside of shapes. It can also be used for finer details like eyes, whiskers, or lettering. Back stitch is not difficult to do, but it can take time. In a pattern it is shown by a darker thick black line. If you'd like instruction on learning to back stitch, please go to the Peacock & Fig YouTube channel at http://bitly.com/PeacockYouTube -- there is a video tutorial specifically on how to do back stitch.

All Peacock & Fig patterns that are for three-dimensional objects like pincushions, business card holders, etc all come complete with a materials list and full-colour assembly instructions. In one of the listing photos, you can see an example of what’s included with the Fleur et Papillon Pincushion pattern. The instructions are written to be as straightforward to follow as possible, but of course if you have any questions you can contact me directly by convo or any of my social media accounts.

Yes there are! There are several playlists in the Peacock & Fig YouTube channel, and one is called Cross Stitch Tips and Techniques. This playlist is designed for stitchers with a little more experience, but of course the tips will help even those who have never stitched a pattern before. More videos are always being added, so make sure to subscribe to the channel to stay up to date with the most recent tips and tricks! You can see the channel at http://bitly.com/PeacockYouTube

Unfortunately the charts are DMC only, but below is a link to an online DMC/Anchor conversion chart. If you enter your floss number in the search bar at the top right of the chart, both the DMC and Anchor conversions will come up. It doesn’t matter which floss manufacturer you prefer to use, just make sure you use only one manufacturer per project. Dyes can be sometimes a bit different between the manufacturers, so DMC black might stitch up very slightly differently than Anchor black. If you mix the two blacks in one project, it might be noticeable. Use whatever manufacturer you like, but only use that one for each project. http://bit.ly/DMC-Anchor

Occasionally I have special promotions, but only for the members of the Peacock Lounge. Members get access to the collection of free Peacock & Fig cross stitch patterns, sneak peeks of upcoming collections, and much more! Peacock Lounge members also get access to promotions that are not announced to the public. If you'd like to join, just go to the link below and claim your free patterns and membership benefits now! https://peacockandfig.com/join-now

All Peacock & Fig patterns are full-colour and come with a thread sorter, colour preview image and a colour/floss usage key. A sample of what a pattern contains is one of the listing photos. Also, some patterns come with a separate materials & assembly booklet, and some also come with a one-page pattern to be used on digital devices.

A thread sorter is one method to help keep your embroidery floss organized while stitching. On the last page of each Peacock & Fig pattern you will find the thread sorter that has been made for each pattern. It lists the manufacturer of the floss (DMC), the colour number and symbol, and next to it is a small circle. To see more information about how to use it, please go to the Peacock & Fig FAQs page for photographs and a video link. https://peacockandfig.com/faqs

Of course! There is even a free “How to Cross Stitch” instructional PDF that is available with purchase - just add a note to seller asking for it when you're checking out and it will be sent within 24 hours. All Peacock & Fig patterns have been designed with a range of stitchers in mind. All of the charts are totally doable by any stitcher, but of course the bigger patterns will require more time. If you’re wanting to learn some techniques while you’re trying out your pattern (beginner or advanced), check out the YouTube channel at http://bitly.com/PeacockYouTube

Great question, and you have two options to use them — one is to print the pages of the PDF at the size and style you like (full colour or black and white), and the other is to read the pattern directly from your computer or device like a tablet or e-reader. There are many PDF reader programs available (for example Preview on a Mac, GoodReader on iOS, or Adobe Reader on a Mac or PC). ***Please note: Etsy no longer allows PDFs to be downloaded to tablets or phones, so you must download your pattern to a computer then transfer it if you wish. More details on where to find your patterns are at https://www.etsy.com/ca/help/article/3949

Back stitch is a (usually) black outline that often goes around the outside of shapes. It can also be used for finer details like eyes, whiskers, or lettering. Back stitch is not difficult to do, but it can take time. In a pattern it is shown by a darker thick black line. If you'd like instruction on learning to back stitch, please go to the Peacock & Fig YouTube channel at http://bitly.com/PeacockYouTube -- there is a video tutorial specifically on how to do back stitch.

All Peacock & Fig patterns that are for three-dimensional objects like pincushions, business card holders, etc all come complete with a materials list and full-colour assembly instructions. In one of the listing photos, you can see an example of what’s included with the Fleur et Papillon Pincushion pattern. The instructions are written to be as straightforward to follow as possible, but of course if you have any questions you can contact me directly by convo or any of my social media accounts.

Yes there are! There are several playlists in the Peacock & Fig YouTube channel, and one is called Cross Stitch Tips and Techniques. This playlist is designed for stitchers with a little more experience, but of course the tips will help even those who have never stitched a pattern before. More videos are always being added, so make sure to subscribe to the channel to stay up to date with the most recent tips and tricks! You can see the channel at http://bitly.com/PeacockYouTube

Unfortunately the charts are DMC only, but below is a link to an online DMC/Anchor conversion chart. If you enter your floss number in the search bar at the top right of the chart, both the DMC and Anchor conversions will come up. It doesn’t matter which floss manufacturer you prefer to use, just make sure you use only one manufacturer per project. Dyes can be sometimes a bit different between the manufacturers, so DMC black might stitch up very slightly differently than Anchor black. If you mix the two blacks in one project, it might be noticeable. Use whatever manufacturer you like, but only use that one for each project. http://bit.ly/DMC-Anchor

Occasionally I have special promotions, but only for the members of the Peacock Lounge. Members get access to the collection of free Peacock & Fig cross stitch patterns, sneak peeks of upcoming collections, and much more! Peacock Lounge members also get access to promotions that are not announced to the public. If you'd like to join, just go to the link below and claim your free patterns and membership benefits now! https://peacockandfig.com/join-now


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